Faster Access to Vintage Information

Faster Access to Vintage Information

1960-1982 model years integrated into ProDemand

As part of our ongoing software update process, we’re very pleased to announce that we’ve consolidated all our information for vehicles from 1960-1982 into our ProDemand application. This will enable you to:

  • Select the 1960-1982 vehicles in the standard ProDemand Vehicle Selection
  • Look up estimating information with labor times back to 1974
  • Save time by accessing repair information for 1960-1982 vehicles in a single application

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This enhancement brings all the data together and simplifies the workflow, allowing you to identify and view repair information for vehicles from 1960 to the present from a single location. The extended range of model years is especially helpful for emissions testing locations to test a wider range of vehicles.



Other updates in this release include:

TSB search updated to find superseded TSBs: The TSB search in the Quick Links menu now delivers superseded TSBs so that users can easily locate references to older versions of the service bulletin.

TSB links now alert you to previously read items: If you’ve already read a TSB, campaign, or recall during your current session, ProDemand will change the color of the TSB link so that you can easily tell which TSBs have already been read.

Print quality improvement: When printing a graphic in ProDemand, full-size graphic printing has been improved with higher graphic quality and less pixilation in the printout.

Vehicle-specific general information now showing in 1Search: Any OEM general information specific to a vehicle may now be searched in 1Search. “Lift points” would be an example of a common lookup that OEMs typically classify under general information.

Quote module updates: The quote module has been updated so the experience of saved quote and selecting another vehicle with a quote open is now optimized.

About the Author

Gary Hixson

Gary Hixson is a Sr. Market Manager at Mitchell 1, and is responsible for product and market management of the Repair Information product line. Most recently he managed the release of ProDemand™, the industry-leading repair, diagnostic and maintenance information system.